How safe do you feel 12 years after 9/11?

By From page A13 | September 15, 2013

Loren Johnson

doctor, Friday Harbor, Wash.:

“I feel very safe. We’re the safest country in the world.”

Lewis Oleson

counselor, Woodland:

“Reasonably safe, but I’m curious where the hundred missing Russian atomic bombs are. I’m still interested in questions like that.”

Skyler Blume

student, Davis:

“Pretty safe, but sometimes when you’re on a plane you get that feeling in the back of your mind.”

Nathan Woo

student, Davis:

“Safe, because they have more security now.”

Lori Day-RenoldsĀ 

restaurant co-owner, Guinda:

“I’m not sure; it’s not something I really think about on a daily basis.”

Kim Nguyen

student, Sacramento:

“Pretty safe, because my best friend is a federal air marshal and I know how much they sacrifice to defend our country.”

Compiled and photographed in downtown Davis by Zoe Juanitas

Zoe Juanitas

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